Classic TV diginet MeTV has unveiled their new fall schedule, which features a handful of changes but keeps most of the lineup intact.
Weekday mornings feature the additions of Our Miss Brooks, Mister Ed (returning to MeTV after a run/trot on competitor Antenna TV) and I Love Lucy. Other weekday changes include the return of a double-run of Emergency! and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.
MeTV’s weekend lineup has more changes, among them the expansion of western and sci-fi programming blocks and the shift of all government-mandated E/I programming to Sunday mornings. Westerns will now run from 8AM-6PM Saturdays, with sci-fi shows airing from 6PM Saturday to 6AM Sunday. The western/sci-fi series The Wild Wild West will bridge the transition Saturdays at 6PM Eastern.
Additions to the weekend lineup include Daniel Boone (10/1), Family Affair, Have Gun Will Travel (10/1), Land of the Giants, The Little Rascals (10/1), Planet of the Apes, Sledge Hammer!, The Time Tunnel, Trackdown (10/1) and The Wild Wild West.
Leaving the MeTV schedule: The Adventures of Superman, CHiPs, H.R. Pufnstuf, Land of the Lost, The Lucy Show, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Patty Duke Show, The Rockford Files, Thriller and Welcome Back Kotter.
The new lineup starts on Labor Day, Monday September 5. Here’s a link to the full MeTV Fall 2016 schedule.